Visualising RNA molecules with single copy sensitivity with RNAscope

Course date: 21 February 2014 - 21 February 2014
Location: Erasmus MC, Be236



Visualising RNA molecules with single copy sensitivity with RNAscope

We invite you to join the free seminar about in situ RNA hybridization at the Josephine Nefkens Institute at the Erasmus MC. The seminar will discuss the patented RNAscope technology of ACD.

Agenda February 21st, 2014

11.00 - 12.00
"Visualising RNA molecules with single copy sensitivity with RNAscope" - Kai Wilkens, PhD MBA, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.

12.00 - 12.30
"RNAscope user experience" - René Böttcher, MSc, department of Urology JNI EMC

12.30 - 13.00
Q&A and discussion

RNAscope is a novel nucleic acid in situ hybridization technology, based on ACD’s unique, patented probe design and signal amplification methodology. It is the only clinically effective in situ RNA detection assay available today. The kits offer easy single-plex, multiplex, and automated detection of virtually any target RNA in situ using FFPE, frozen tissue or cells. ACD offers over 27.000 pre-designed target probes, and can design new target probes for any genes in 3 weeks.

RNAscope assays make in situ hybridization easy and powerful!

Date: Friday February 21st, 2014
Time: 11.00 - 13.00
Location: JNI Erasmus MC
Room: BE-236





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